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EGR removal to avoid carbon build-up?
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Hi. I have a 1.6hdi, and I'm concerned about carbon build-up in the engine. Would removing the EGR be the answer?
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Welcome to the forum.

It can be blanked, plenty of blanking plates for sale on the bay and probably some tips on 'how to' on here.
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(20-09-2019, 07:52 PM)Drjunk Wrote:  Hi. I have a 1.6hdi, and I'm concerned about carbon build-up in the engine. Would removing the EGR be the answer?

The inlet manifold can be full of sooty sh!te... Wink

2004 ,1.9d Berlingo Multispace.
called Brian... Smile
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